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Smallest Countries in Europe

Etiksha Mewada Nov 25, 2020
1. Vatican City
It's the smallest country in the world by both area and population, with only 900 residents and half of the land is a garden.
It's home to Pope and residence of spiritual leadership to Roman Catholic Church.
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2. Monaco
Known as a "Billionaires Playground" and "Tax Haven", the city is famous for its lavish and glamorous lifestyle.
Monaco Yacht Show and the Monaco Grand Prix are the two famous events that make Monaco an eye candy.
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3. San Marino
It is one of the oldest sovereign state and constitutional republic in the world, founded on September 3, 301.
Football is one of the popular sport celebrated and the most remarkable goal was by Davide Gualtieri just 8.3 seconds into a match against England; this goal held the record for the fastest in international football until 2016.
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4. Liechtenstein
The country has a mountain village located in Alps. Whilst the first snowfall in Liechtenstein turns into a "Winter wonderland".
The country has the lowest record for having an external debt and the capital of Vaduz is a flourishing tourist center and also residence of the castle of Prince.
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5. Malta
The country is formed by inhabiting the three islands namely Malta, Gozo and Comino.
Malta's Megalithic temples are the oldest free-standing stone structures in the world, older than Stonehenge and the pyramids of Egypt.
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The Mosta Dome is one of Malta’s largest churches(located in the village of Mosta), known for its dome-shaped roof which is the third largest unsupported church dome in Europe.
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6. Andorra
It's a tiny principality situated between France and Spain that is known for duty free shopping and a tax haven. The country is famous for tourism and tobacco.
7. Luxembourg
Landlocked at the junction of Belgium, France and Germany, the country has the second highest GDP in the world.
Luxembourg is the producer of award winning wines. In September 2020, it won two Gold and five Silver medals.
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8. Cyprus
Cyprus is known as the 'Jewel of the Mediterranean' and legendary birthplace of Aphrodite, the ancient goddess of love and beauty.
9. Kosovo
One of the newest country in Europe, established in 2008. The capital, Pristina has a three-storey portrait of  former U.S. President Bill Clinton.
10. Montenegro
The country is known as "Land of Black mountains". With 17 surreal beaches, it's a paradise for bird watchers.
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It has the oldest olive tree in the world. Brad Pitt's first movie role was filmed in Kotor, a town of Montenegro.